Cara Delevingne has made her return to modelling with a Chanel Eyewear campaign.
The 23-year-old beauty has posed for Karl Lagerfeld for the brand's 2016 Spring/Summer range, and as well as sunglasses Cara is seen with geek chic look in clear frame spectacles.
The British star also poses as a tomboy a Chanel cap and crisp white shirt.
Cara's new campaign comes after she revealed why she took a step back from the fashion industry to focus on her acting career.
In an essay written for Time Motto, the 'Suicide Squad' star said: "I found myself surrendering to the industry's approval process. I felt like I needed validation from everyone.
"As a result, I lost sight of myself and what it meant to be happy, what it meant to be successful. I think it all stemmed from a deep-down feeling of wanting people to like me and love me.
"Over time, I came to realise that work and getting others' approval isn't the most important thing. Yes, your career is very important - but it's not the most important. Of course I was proud of my accomplishments, but I wasn't genuinely happy.
"I was nearly 20 and had been modelling for several years. My vantage point had changed ... and I had changed. I knew I had to re-evaluate my life and my goals for my future. I didn't want to resent fashion or my success. The process didn't happen overnight, but it was imperative for me to preserve my integrity."